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Ignite - Global Fund for Women

• Leaders<br>• Creatives<br>• Visionaries<br>• Geeks<br>• Change Makers<p>We Must Act Now for Science and Technology to Drive Gender Equality<p>We Must Act Now for Science and …

How to create an economy that works for society

Aldersgate Group’s new “Economy That Works” report challenges a conventional view of GDP growth as the sole definition of economic successIn the 1992 …

XPrize India to reward those who think big and set crazy goals

Serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Naveen Jain, who has been focusing on mining the moon for resources with his commercial space company Moon …

India

5 Ways To Encourage Kids To Grow Up To Be Innovators

In a world where children are discouraged from being innovative and taking risks, how do we raise the next Steve Jobs?<p>It’s not easy being a kid today. They face shifting curricula requirements, a strong focus on standardized test results, piles of homework, and a seemingly never-ending quest for …

Volume of world's oldest water estimated

<b>The world's oldest water, which is locked deep within the Earth's crust, is present at a far greater volume than was thought, scientists report.</b><p>The liquid, some of which is billions of years old, is found many kilometres beneath the ground.<p>Researchers estimate there is about 11m cubic kilometres …

A Photovoltaic Balloon Could Bring Electricity to Disaster Zones

Earthquakes, tornadoes, fires and floods; disasters come in a variety of forms. And depending on when and where they occur, the job of relief …

The Incredible Shrinking Med Lab

In space, no one has room for a medical laboratory.<p>Seriously. If you're trying to build a spaceship, every ounce of weight counts; the heavier a ship …

Star Trek